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Electronics Fundamentals - Voltage, Current

 In this article, we will discuss the basics of electronics such as: Voltage, Current, and their rules and relationships. So, lets dive right into it! A high voltage power line near New York City. Watch full video below to understand the fundamentals of Voltage and Current: VOLTAGE (represented by V or E):     It is a value of energy i.e. the work done between two points required to move a unit of positive charge from the more negative point at a lower potential to the more positive point that has a higher potential, also known as Potential Difference or Electromotive Force (EMF).  Unit of measurement is the volt (v), kilovolts (kV), millivolts (mV),  microvolts ( μV), megavolts (MV), or nanovolts (nV).  One Joule (J) of work done in moving a coulomb (C) of charge through is 1V. CURRENT (I):     The rate of flow of electric charge past a point. The unit of measurement of current is the ampere (A) or amperes or amp, milliamperes (mA), microamperes ( μA), nanoamperes (nA), or picoampere

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